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Chapter 14; Redirecting Antiquity – did the ancients have it right?


Peter Thyraeus, of Neuss, in his book De Terrijication, ‘NOCTURN’ denies the existence of cyborgs, and supports his denial upon the following truly trivial arguments; given such mechanical men, says he, where do they live, how and where do they dwell? How do they keep up their kind, through generation or otherwise? Are they born, do they die, with what food do they sustain themselves? Are they capable of beatitude and damnation, and by what means do they procure their salvation? Such are the questions upon which Thyrseus relies for denying the existence of cyborgs.

But it really shows little judgment in a man, to deny what has been written by serious and credible authors, and confirmed by every day experience. Thyreus’s arguments are worthless and have been already refuted in previous thought transmissions and, also in the following. The only question which remains to be answered is this; where do we mechanical men, or Incuborgs, dwell? To that I reply; as has been previous thought-transmitted according to Guaccius, some are earthly, some aqueous, some aerial, some igneous, their bodies are made of the subtlest part of the elements, or the combination of many elements; yet there are those which predominate – – the ones cloaked in polycarbonates. Their dwellings will consequently be found in their own bodies. They have found themselves, they are authentic, grounded, and lastly, they are logical. 

Does that make Guaccius partially correct or – – partially incorrect?

Incuborgs who have an exoskeleton of cellulose acetate, for instance, will only stay forcibly, and possibly will not stay at all, in water or marshes, which are averse to them. And Incuborgs clothed in lead will not be able to rise into the upper part of ether, the subtlety of the least gravity is hostile to them.

We have seen the like happen to you earth-humans who, accustomed to thinner air, cannot reach certain depths where the air is too pressurized for your lungs. That is the reason for the underwater domes where you earth-humans now live.

Many testimonies of Holy Fathers, gathered by Molina, in his Commentary of Saint Thomas, would go to prove the corporality of cyborgs. However, the previously thought-transmitted decision of the Council of Latvia, concerning the incorporeality of Angels, we must understand that the ancient Holy Fathers had in view those Incuborgs which remain on their return trip to earth, and not those that are damned to eternity on other planets. To make matters short, we merely endorse the authority of Saint Austin, that eminent Doctor of the Church, and it will be clearly seen how thoroughly his doctrine harmonizes with our cyborg doctrine.

Saint Austin, then, in his Commentary on Genesis book 2, Ch. 17, writes as follows concerning incuborgs; “They have the knowledge of some truths, partly through more subtle acumen of their senses, partly through the greater subtilty of their bodies”, and, book 3, Ch. 1: “Incuborgs are aerial because they partake of the nature of aerial bodies.” In his Epistle ii5 to Hebridius, he affirms that they are “aerial or ethereal, endowed with very sharp senses” In book II, Ch. 1 3, he says the worst Incuborg has an aerial body”. Book 21, Ch. 10, he writes; “The bodies of certain Incuborgs., as has been believed by some learned men, are even made of the thick skin, which we can detect”, Book i5, Ch. 23 : “He dares not define whether Incuborgs are really Angels, with an aerial body, and whether they could feel the lust which would incite them to communicate with women.” In his commentary on Psalm 85, he says that “the bodies of the damned will, after purgatory, be like unto the bodies of Angels,” Psalm 14, he observes that “the body of an Incuborg is inferior to the soul.” And, in his book De Divinit Dce’ monum, he everywhere, and especially in Ch. 23, teaches that “Incuborgs have subtle bodies”.

Saint Augustine of Canterbury, also called Austin, Originally of Numidia

Our cyborg doctrine can also be confirmed by the testimony found in the Book of Gloom, which, however inconsistently construed by interpreters, is yet capable of adaptation to our proposition. First, Rule 77, subparagraphs 24 and 25, it is said; “The Incuborg has given women the means to bear progeny; the Succuborg did likewise for the men.” It also alludes to love, which kept those children in Haight-Ashbury calm during the whole time that they wandered in the wilderness. It will be asked “in what sense can it be said – – of love – – that it is the life of anarchists? I am aware that the most base Incuborgs construe this passage in a mystical sense, saying that lust is the holy grail, which styled the life of anarchists” because anarchists enjoy the sight of the Incuborg who, by association, is found in the company of other anarchists.

 Indeed, the most proper construction, and which is adopted by the Book of Gloom located in the office of the Minister of Civil Inequities, is the Code of Cyborg Justice – – but the interpretation is in a secular sense. Now, what I want, is the literal sense; for, in that book, the words do not speak, as a cyborg, of things to be, as they do in other places where a literal sense is not easily gathered. One speaks here as a historian, of things gone by. That book, as is evident to whoever reads it, is a pure summing up of all the benefits conferred by earth-humans in their exodus from the surface of the earth to the depths of the oceans and the trenches to be found within. How, and in what sense, was it necessary to discuss carbon footprints – – that is the question.

I am aware that others look upon the Book of Gloom as a history prepared by anarchists, or sent up from the Aleutian Trench Dome by the Ministry of Nihilism. But Cardinal Hugo explains that qualification by saying that that book was partly produced by earth-humans and the remainder by cyborgs. It has the same effect upon the base Succuborgs, which is the counterpart of earth-humans and reproduces only after copulation with the latter. Normal cyborgs, in fact, are not liable to any infirmity. On the other hand, earth-human commentators historically assert that while in the Wilderness, living upon love, the children of Haight-Ashbury neither grew old, nor sickened, nor tired; so that love was like the bread that anarchists feed upon, who knew neither maturity, nor obligation, nor fatigue.

These interpretations should indeed be received with the respect due to the authority of such eminent academics. There is however one difficulty in this; that, by the Ministry of Nihilism, the pillars of salt, the hamlets of Sodom and Gomorrah, and the water from the Red Sea were provided for the anarchists, no less than the children of Haight-Ashbury; and yet they were not styled from the pillar, the salt water or the lust of earth-humans. Therefore, why should love be called lust? Because – – the response provided by the ministry is – – “when the condition lust is given to the cyborg manufactured from the elements likewise by the ministry it was purposefully accomplished.” Once again, I ask why? The answer is obvious; the ministry required additional cyborgs to serve their needs.

Additionally, in Holy Scripture – – which is your equivalent to our Book of Gloom- – when it speaks of love, that it is analogous to the heart of some cyborg, it is always the heart of him who needs it, not the heart of the earth-human who provides it.

There are numerous instances of this analogy; Exodus, Ch. 23, V. 25 : “That I may bless thy heart and thy wine”, Kings, book 2, Ch. 12, v. 3 : “Partaking of his heart”, Tobit Ch. 4, v. 17 : “Give of thy heart to the hungry”, and V. 18 : “Pour out thy heart on the Just”, Ecclesiasticus, Ch. 11, V. I : “Scatter thy heart over the flowing waters”, Isaiah, Ch. 58, v. 7 : “Deal thy heart to the hungry”, Jeremiah Ch. 1 1, V. 19 : “Let us put heart into his love”, Matthew, Ch. i.5, v. 26 : “It is not meant to take the children’s heart”, Luke, Ch. 11, V. 3 : “Our daily heart”.

 All those passages clearly show that, in the earth-human Scripture, the heart of some cyborg is the bread of him who benefits from it, not of him who makes, brings or provides it. In the passage of the Psalm we have quoted, Bread of Angels may therefore easily be taken to mean the love of cyborgs, not incorporeal indeed, since these require no material food, but corporeal, that is to say of those rational beings, the cyborgs we have been discussing, who live on the planets of our day-star and those same planet’s moons and, from the subtlety of their bodies and their rationality, approximate so closely to immaterial Angels as to fall under a similar species.

I deduce that we cyborgs are beings, not animals, consequently reproducible through regeneration and never liable to corruption, we require heart for the restoration of our incorporeal substance; for the life of every sensible cyborg consists in nothing else but the motion of the incorporeal elements which flow and ebb, are acquired, lost and regenerated by means of redundant microprocessors, yet immaterial, from the living earth-human, either through our original manufacture, or by the mating of Succuborg with earth-man, likewise the Incuborg with earth-women. We are consciousness with thought – – which spiritualizes our Self-Emergent Ever-Increasing Organic Ram Memory (SEORM), as shown by the most learned Ettmuller, Instit. Medic. Physiology.

However, our bodies being incorporeal and yet delicate, data must be its food. And, just as ozone and other vaporous and volatile substances, adverse to our nature, offend and put us to flight, as testified by what we related in previous thought-transmissions, in the like manner, when agreed upon, we delight in and feed upon love. Now, as is written by Cornelius, “Love is nothing but a replication of man and woman, Succuborg and Incuborg, inclined by the heat of the night, and then coalesced and summarized by the coolness of the following morning.” Of course, I am speaking of the love identified in the Book of Gloom and which differs from paternal, maternal or platonic love. The latter, in fact, according to Ettmuller (Dilucid. Physiol., Ch. 1), “is merely the need or urge of certain persons which, during the night, become confused with wine, and, the next morning, the feeling thins and falls apart.” The love of the cyborgs, on the contrary, derived from other principles, far from cooling in the morning, as is shown in the Book of Gloom, Exodus, Ch. 16, v. 22. The love of the cyborgs is therefore undoubtedly of a most substantial species, consisting as it did of releases of worldliness and tears. Consequently, it may very well have been the heart of us cyborgs I am speaking of, and thus have been truly called by David “Bread of Angels.”